Daily Archives: November 25, 2012

Another Climate Twit

Twitter / billmckibben: NYT: w/out emissions cuts, … There has been little or no sea level rise on the west coast. Data and Station Information for ALAMEDA (NAVAL AIR STATION) The rate of rise of sea level hasn’t changed in … Continue reading

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1888 : Fifteen Foot Deep Snow On Broadway

Climate experts tell us that big snowstorms are due to global warming   The Evening Journal – Google News Archive Search

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World’s Top Climate Scientist Making Academia Almost Uninhabitable

NASA’s Top Climate Scientist: U.S. South Could Become Uninhabitable Well, it doesn’t come as a huge surprise to see this statement from NASA’s James Hansen, perhaps the top climate scientist in the world. Here’s the statement I’m referring to:“Climate change … Continue reading

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Making Benghazi Disappear

The White House malfeasance and cover up has magically disappeared since the election, through a series of well planned crises. Israel had hundreds of missiles launched at them this year, and repeatedly went to the UN asking for the UN to demand … Continue reading

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Smoking Gun That The TOBS Adjustment Is Garbage

February of 1936 was the coldest in the US since the start of the twentieth century. 13 Feb 1936 – RECORD COLD IN NORTH AMERICA New York, Wednesday. That month had the most record minimums.

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Climate Change Always Targets The Poor

The remains of what has been described as a huge lost city may force historians and archaeologists to radically reconsider their view of ancient human history. Marine scientists say archaeological remains discovered 36 metres (120 feet) underwater in the Gulf … Continue reading

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Climate Twit

Twitter / KHayhoe: 1. Sea level is 7″ higher now … Sea level rise has averaged 30 inches per century over the last 15,000 years – which means that the past century had much less sea level rise than average. … Continue reading

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